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Letters to the Editor

Clozapine and Tardive Dyskinesia

Richard Kumet and Marlene P. Freeman

Published: February 1, 2002

Article Abstract

Letter to the Editor

Sir: In general, it is assumed that clozapine does not cause tardive dyskinesia. In fact, clozapine is used to treat the often permanent and disabling condition. A few reports, however, have demonstrated that tardive dyskinesia, although rare, can result from clozapine use.

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